Building Quality Management System For Student Vocational Training Based On Technological Approach

Abstract

Building a quality management system for training students is aimed at enhancing the training of highly qualified professionals able to work effectively in line with national and international standards, and committed to obtain greater professional development in a knowledge-based economy. Subject to a certain environment, the concept “quality of education” can refer to some endeavors to fulfil the highest quality requirements, the ideal to strive for in academic education, compliance with established educational standards, goals, mission of university and educational programs, the ability of an organization to constantly improve and enhance the educational process. The authors review technological approach applied in the education system and quality management system built thereunder for vocational training of students. Management ensures the quality of vocational training of students through the integration of many components. The system for managing the quality of student training based on technological approach is a constructive means of implementing pedagogical ideas, educational programs, teaching technologies and streamlining the process of student vocational training. Technological approach is considered as a specially organized interaction of all educational agents, aimed at achieving certain learning outcomes. Quality management of student vocational training based on the technological approach embraces diagnostic and operational presentation of expected learning outcomes; diagnostic tools to evaluate the current state and forecast trends in the nearest development (monitoring) of the system; a set of technologies; building of an optimal training model for given specific conditions; feedback mechanism.

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Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.11.46

Online ISSN

2357-1330